Diane Lee is a fifty-something Australian author who quit her secure government job in 2016 because she was dying of boredom and wanted an adventure. Taking a risk and a volunteering job, she escaped to Hanoi and hasn’t regretted it. At all. Diane now works part-time for a social enterprise, and as freelance writer and editor. One day she hopes to marry an Irish or Scottish man named Stan.
The fashion designer
Fashion is not usually synonymous with ethics, but May Cortazzi is working hard to change that perception.
An ongoing exhibition showcases gold lacquered objects from the past.
If you like your noodle dishes to come with a smell, then look no further than bun dau mam tom. Get your nose around it, and it tastes amazing.
From freedom of expression through to the importance of traditional Vietnamese art and graffiti, our questions on arts took on a wide focus.